Kents Hill Park Training and Conference Centre
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... and when they switched it on, all instruments sprang into action immediately. Not bad!!
From there we went outside to visit the other hangars. Along the side of the still working airfield were several commercial planes which have been restored. We went up into a BOAC VC-10 and walked through. It looked like the plane The Beatles had arrived in from England all those many years ago. There was also a Handley Page Victor which was one of the 3 British bombers in the 50s and 60s ...
... Its going to take forever. I reply: "How long will it take?"
Whew. He took us outside and told us where to go. It was quite nice of him to help us as much as he did, by leaving the bar and taking us outside to show us in a way that we wouldn't get lost. His directions took us through this shopping mall, but after a little bit more than 7 mins, we finely found where to go.
When we got to the theatre, we had to pick up and pay for our ...
Left Arnside about 9.30 and drove south west to eventually arrive at Hemmel Heapstead at 3.30. Motorways all good but get a bit sick of travelling on them - 3 lanes or more. Stopped twice for tea and petrol and got off the motorway to get accomodation at St ...
... Pringles. Score.
After my shift ended I had a cappella practice from 5-6PM. Practice went well, but it was also a bit frustrating. I'd recruited a new guy to beatbox for us, and I think he was really looking forward to it and I think it would have been a good thing for him to get involved in. But when we got to practice the teacher taught everyone how to beatbox and then some of the other boys were kind of ...
... in a traditional English pub in Biggleswade. Then had a quick look at the National Trust house Wimpole Estate on the way to Cambridge. It was dark by the time we arrived so we just drove around looking at the beautiful old buildings of the university.
Finished the day driving to our accommodation which was a motel style on the motorway (52 pounds).